Slovenian Museum and Archives in Cleveland recently hosted many exhibits about Slovenian history, culture and other related themes. Most recently, the museum presented the exhibit about Cockta, which was kindly provided and translated by the Slovene Ethnographic Museum.
Presenter, Luka Zibelnik, went through the history of the most well-known Slovenian soda drink and counterpart to Coca-Cola. Visitors were able to try it and learn something new about our beloved drink, which was invented 63 years ago. The event was organized by the Slovenian Museum and Archives and the Center for Slovenian Studies at Cleveland State University.
To read more about Cockta’s history, click here: A Coca-Cola Substitute Became a Leading Slovenian Brand
Photos by: Luka Zibelnik & Ed Oshaben